Wednesday, June 10, 2009

I was thrilled to learn that Barnes & Noble featured AT LEAST IN THE CITY SOMEONE WOULD HEAR ME SCREAM in its weekly REVIEW newsletter, as a "not-to-miss" book. A Spotlight Review was also included, calling the memoir "laugh-out-loud-funny" and saying, "The true success in the book is how Rouse manages to toe the line (feet encased in stylish slides) between hilarity and philosophy, proving that enlightenment can be found in as unlikely a place as a karaoke contest, where he's reminded of his mother's teaching, 'It's not where you choose to live; it's how you choose to live.'"

The link to the full review and article can be found here:


I'm off today to Lansing for radio interview about book, gay pride, and to promote tomorrow night's event at Towne Center Schuler Books at 7 p.m.

Great feature, photo (if I do say so myself ... reclining on beach in front of Lake Michigan!) and review also appeared in the Sunday edition of the Holland Sentinel on the front page of their Life & Style section. Link to article follows:


Keep writing, all! I love to hear your reaction to the book ... it not only seems to be making people howl with laughter but also take a deeper look at their lives!



Blogger Lydia Dishman said...

So glad you liked the review Wade, I had a great time reading your book (and writing it!).

Much luck and success to you,

June 10, 2009 at 6:11 PM  
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